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Friday, December 11, 2009

American Majority: Drug War is a failure!

Majority Favors Marijuana

Fri Dec 11, 5:05pm

Courtesy of DEA
It's official: A majority of Americans think the drug war is a loser, that the country has a serious drug abuse problem, and that marijuana should be legalized.

That's the result of a new national poll by Angus Reid Public Opinion conducted earlier this month. Overall, 68% of respondents said the War on Drugs is a failure, 70% said they believe America "has a serious drug abuse problem which affects the entire country," and 53% said they support legalizing marijuana.

Notably, the assessment that the drug war is a failure was shared by all respondents, regardless of political affiliation or geographic location – 67% of Dems and Republicans and 76% of independent voters said the war is a loser. And while more than half of survey respondents said they favor legalizing marijuana, the vast majority said they would oppose legalizing other drugs, including cocaine, ecstasy, heroin and methamphetamine. (With 8% in favor, powder cocaine and ecstasy won the most support for legalization.) Fully 61% of Dems, 43% of Republicans and 55% of independents said they support marijuana legalization.

Fantastic! Check out what the future looks like (after Prohibition is ended) at the following video link.

Also, this medical marijuana website has a lot of material that is helpful, if you wanna grow your own!

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posted by Wes @ 10:50 PM


At 7:55 PM, Blogger growerman said...

It's pretty clear to anyone who cares to look at the numbers that all the arguments against legalization are breaking down systematically.

Slippery slope - the favorite of the opposition - absolutely ridiculous. Very few people support the legalization of the "harder" drugs, and for good reason.

At 4:49 AM, Blogger Hydroponics-Nutrients said...

Yes, Even the govt's have approved a formail approval for it.

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